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Hamas and Israeli Right Push Bennett to Unnecessary Gaza Offensive

A tactical error should not dictate Israel's strategy in the Gaza Strip, and Bennett should not get distracted by anything Netanyahu says

Amos Harel
Amos Harel
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Amos Harel
Amos Harel

Somewhere between Tel Aviv and Hawaii, a new campaign was concocted on the back of Naftali Bennett. The prime minister, only partly to due to bad luck, fell straight into the trap. One can only hope that this incident, which was artfully exploited by the opposition and reported in a populist, excited manner by the media, will not lead in the end to an unnecessary escalation in the Gaza Strip.

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